Penny Stock Trend Analysis214 views 2013-04-01 00:33 Tags: best penny stocks Best Penny Good Stocks
Picking and selecting Penny Stocks and OTCBB’s have always been a task that required alot of skill and knowledge regarding market trends and stocks responsiveness. In the case of micro-cap stocks, chances are less in having a stable performer, but to make sure that your chosen one will be fruitful, one must go through all the aspects of that stock’s trading trends. For this reason we have selected some of the most interesting stocks and their trend review during the past one –three months.
Global Stevia Corp (OTCBB: GSTV) shares picked up investors focus on Monday’s trading session and gained +0.29% with a market cap of 10.48 million shares. GSTV, previously known as Guru Health Inc., is involved in the creation of a business plan, buying of trial supplements and initial Website development. Tracking down its trend for the past five days the stock moved down -28.57% and for the past one month the stock traded down -82.5%.
US Energy Initiatives Corporation (PINKSHEETS: USEI) was under the spotlight on Monday with its shares enjoying a bullish run of +8.33%. The stock was carrying on its bullish performance from the past five days as its five days change gave a positive figure of 8.33% but, looking over its past one month trend, USEI moved down 56.67%.
EKO International Corp (PINKSHEETS: EKNL) was our third pick of the day as its trend was noteworthy to investors. Its shares flirted with minor gains and losses on Monday and the Good Penny Stocks was trading at -1.92%. Its past five days performance showed a negative figure of -8% and for the past three months the stock shot up 654.1%, which shows great potential in this stock.
Under the most eye catching bullish runners of Monday, IMING CORP (PINKSHEETS: IMNG) made its spot with a positive change of 16.40%. IMNG is a supplier of high-definition web based television and video for the Chinese Market with the objective of being a top supplier of set-top boxes in Asia and growing into North America and Europe. These securities have increased from almost .25/share to more than 1.10/share in the last three months.